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Which one is the leading compartment?

Postby eDiver » Tue Feb 21, 2012 6:17 pm

A couple of weeks ago, a member came by our office to say hello.
We chatted a little bit about divePAL, then he asked .... "but, which one is REALLY the leading compartment"?

I tried to explain to him the intricacies of the Buhlmann algorithm and the fact that overpressure gradients and half-times made the whole algorithm not linear at all.

Afterwards it dawned on me that maybe we should do a better job at explaining this ... so, in the next release of divePAL there will be a nice indicator showing which one is the leading compartment ;) .

Meanwhile, here a quiz for you; look at the image below and then pick one of the 3 choices:
A) The leading compartment is #3
B) The leading compartment is #6
C) It is not possible to determine the leading compartment from the image, because ....... (provide your explanation)

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Re: Which one is the leading compartment?

Postby eDiver » Fri Mar 09, 2012 7:27 pm

.... Leading Compartment Indicator
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divePAL 0.12: Added indicator of the leading compartment in the Compartments section.

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